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Lavender Daze

06/22/2016 | Agritourism, Event, Hood River, Mt. Hood


Join us July 2nd-3rd For the 12th annual Lavender Daze Festival at Mt. Hood Lavender Farm! Live music, tons of activities for the kids and beautiful views of the lavender fields against Oregon countryside, it is the perfect way to spend a weekend!

Saturday: 10am-5pm

Sunday: 10am-5pm

Live Music
10:00-Noon Jess Clemons & Anderson Gould
12:30-2:30 Moe Dixon
3:00-5:00 Bonneville Power Trio

10:30-Noon Alonzo Garbonzo
12:30-2:30 Kay Floria and Randy Bell
3:00-5:00 Wasco Brothers

Local Wines

Ladybug release party
& Children's ActivitiesbyTeacher Janet at Our Children's Place"Kids, help us release beneficial Ladybugs
into our wildflower garden!"(Check in with Teacher Janet when you arrive and sign up for the Ladybug
Release, it will be going on both days, several times a day)

Craft Classes
Wand Class on the top of the hour
(no registration needed)


Thousands of organic
lavender plants available
for U-PICK!

Bring a blanket or beach chair,
the Family, Mark your Calendar
& chill at 1 of the most beautiful
places in Hood River !

PLEASE Leave Pets at Home!
Dogs are not allowed and it is too hot
for them in the vehicle.

*NOTE: Due to farm animals present at
the festival, we firmly request
that you leave your dog at home.

Discover more attractions, events and activities you wont want to miss-out on while visiting Hood River. Dont forget to visit The Hood River Chamber Of Commerce for more information about the regions attractions and lodging before your trip to Hood River.

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